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, talking about ann romney and michelle obama working to get the voters engaged and last night she spoke on that subject specifically, and she addressed the congressional black caucus and take a listen. >> this is the movement of our era, protecting that fundamental right not just for this election, but for the next generation and generations to come, because in the end, it is not just about who wins or who loses or who we vote for on election day, it is about who we are as americans. >> anna mcpike, you have spent time covering michelle obama, and hands down the most popular obama in the country. >> no question. >> is there a risk of overusing her? a risk of using her too much? >> well, no. because what they are doing is sending michelle obama to a number of college campuses and states like north carolina and virginia and florida, places where president obama is not going because he is having bigger rallies at places like ohio state university at one of the first rallies there this summer, but while people are paying attention to the food fight going on between mitt romney and president
an all hands on deck approach. >> michelle obama in washington night for the not toe crowd complacent when it comes to getting out the vote. >> this is the sit in of our day. in your living room everyone you know, your friends and neighbors. >> president obama wasn't the first time since february. observers believe it could be a tossup. opponent believes in top down economics. -- vote. >> republican nominee mitt for cash at ating in san diego. >> it is an honor to be here and many have come to help. >> both were on the campaign trail. paul ryan was in florida -- ing admitted he cannot change washington. we need to change presidents. >> joe biden fired back. >> the policies they are proposing are going to take us we were.here >> romney has been criticized not holding any public a rallyately but he has in denver tomorrow. abc 7 news. >> let's get to the latest in to the anti-islam film outrage in the middle east. pakistani minister is whoring $100,000 to anyone kills the filmmaker. he made the offer on the same as this peaceful protest. he says it is a private offer not being made by th
barack and michelle obama? they are friends with jay-z and beyonce. [ laughter ] did i miss something? is hanging out with jay-z and beyonce a thing regular people do now? [ laughter ] >> oh, that's a fair point. >> everyone is always saying i'm un-relatable because i had a horse in the olympics. well, let me tell you, i would kill that horse if i could meet beyonce. [ laughter ] >> i wouldn't have pictured you as a beyonce fan. >> everyone is a beyonce fan, seth. [ laughter ] that's why running a republican campaign is so hard. if you're a democrat, you get to eat with cool people, like george clooney. if you're a republican, you get to shake jon voight's cold lizard hands. [ laughter ] >> now, your harshest words were for republicans who aren't getting behind mitt as the nominee. do you regret those comments? >> you know, i don't. and if you don't mind, i'd like to speak to those critics again tonight. do you really think this would be going better if you had nominated someone else? who? rick santorum? are you thinking you missed the boat this newt gingrich? if you think i'm unrelat
the president and mitt romney are getting ready for the debate, first lady michelle obama is speaking out on voting rights. she spoke at the professional black caucus gala last night about the importance of protecting the right to vote. >> we all get a say in our democracy no matter who we are or where we're from or what we look like or who we love. so we cannot let anyone discourage us from casting our ballots. we cannot let anyone make us feel unwelcome in the voting booth. >> now, the first lady didn't specifically refer to it, but there is an election battle brewing right now over americans' access to the voting booth. a lot of states have passed laws that many people say could make it harder to vote. those laws could be game changers come november. joe john shows us how. >> reporter: in the past two years, almost every state in the country has introduced or passed some kind of restriction or change to the voting laws. 41 out of 50 states since the last mid-term election. we're talking about all kinds of changes to the voting laws here, for early voting, voting registration, absentee
between the first lady and mitt romney. >> they got into a long distance poverty fight. michelle obama said we were so poor that barack's shoes didn't fit. oh yeah? we were so poor barack's rusted car, you could see through the floor. oh yeah? three of our yachts are leaking. no comedian wanst obama to win. we'll vote for obama. just relax. be one of your cell. >> we will see you next week. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> for a transcript of this broadcast, just log on to -- >> "inside washington" is brought to you by -- for more information, visit afge.org. are you totally unprepared? just about all of us have something hangen on our walls, pictures, paintings, art work clocks, all can come crashing down and create broken glass. inexpensive picture hook can secure pictures to the wall and help keep you and your family safe. for more information on earthquake preparedness,
hasn't been straight. >> reporter: with several states allowing early votings, michelle obama called the right to vote the nation's most important civil rights issue. >> this is the sit in of our day, sitting in a phone bank, sitting in your living room calling your friends, neighbors, that nephew you haven't seen in a while. >> reporter: publicly both campaigns have been trying to lower expectations, even complimenting their opponents debating skills. the first debate is right here in denver. >> chuck todd joining us tonight from new york. chuck, is it clear what mitt romney needs to do to jump-start his campaign. >> i think what the romney campaign believes he has to do is that peter described what he has done this morning and that is preparing for the debate. he's spent by my calculations spent almost as much time doing mock debates as he has visiting battleground states. the romney campaign has decided this first debate is everything to get the campaign on track. we're attack away from that. president obama, he's been doing mock debates, his third on friday. he spent a couple of
a lead in some swing states. tonight at the washington convention center, michelle obama used her keynote address to the congressional black caucus gala to urge voters to register voters and turn out on election day. >> too many of us choose not to participate. while we are tuning out and staying home on election day, other folks are tuning in. other folks are taking politics very seriously. and they are engaged on every level. >> one of the hot issues at the congressional black caucus event is a protest by some black clergy who are urging african americans to stay at home on election day to protest the president's support for gay marriage. >>> ken picks up the story from here. he's live downtown from the gala at the convention center. ken, what's up? >> reporter: good evening to you, bruce. it's because of that protest that you just talked about that the first lady's comments come at a critical moment for the black community locally and throughout the country. this is of course, following remarks from black ministers who oppose president obama's stance on same-sex marriage. ♪ [ musi
. >> liability. >> loose lips. >> emotional. >> michelle obama? >> down to earth. >> smart. >> role model. >> strong. >> role model to women. >> a liability. >> strong. >> asset. >> asset. >> hopeful. >> george allen? >> for that. >> confident. >> 0. >> loser. >> squandered. >> joke. >> do not like him. >> no opinion. >> barack obama? >> overly confident. >> passionate. >> strong. >> unrealistic. >> arrogant. >> unrealistic. >> hollow. >> getting there. >> respected. >> good talker. >> who said hollow? >> he speaks a good thing, but i want to see the action behind it. he had the entire congress behind him for two years, at what happened he had it. >> good communicator. >> paul ryan? >> needs to get his facts straight. >> pathological liar. >> smart. >> partisan. >> smart. >> good debater. >> math guy. >> smart. >> almost embarrassing to say we graduated from the same college. >> ann romney? >> too impressionable. >> a fighter. >> supportive. >> strong. >> survivor. >> no opinion. >> survivor. >> respecter. >> perfect wife. >> not a stepford wife. >> good. i will start with that from mary.
, michelle obama's speech, president obama's speech at the convention, and that may turn out to be the most significant thing that's happened in the end of this campaign. >> go ahead. >> in 2008 there were 7 percentage points, more democrats than republicans new york the electorate. that's the largest advantage for democrats in 14 years. in 2004 it was absolutely equal. in 2010 it was absolutely equal between democrats and republicans. so the obama campaign better hope that they have an electorate that looks more like 2008 than like 2004 or 2010. >> that is absolutely critical. 2004, just to be clear, was the only time that republicans equaled democrats as a share of the electorate in a presidential year, but i agree. i mean, i think the obama campaign is basically rovian in its view of the electorate in that they view it is more cost efficient to find a voter who agrees with you and might not vote than it is to persuade the kind of classic swing voter and, you know, this election, i mean, many things could tip this election, but as important as any will be, what is the minority share of th
-in-law was campaigning in colorado. president obama is campaigning in milwaukee. you can watch michelle bauman again at midnight, here on c- span. -- michelle obama again at the night, here on c-span. >> i wanted to get involved in politics after watching politics on c-span. i love the current events. i love the hot topics at come up. i love watching it. i look pulling it up on my mobile device. >> she watches c-span. c-span, created in 1979. brought to you as a public service by your television provider. this week, "the communicators" look at the rapid growth of mobile apps and issues surrounding them. >> recently the federal trade commission issued new guidelines when it comes to mobile apps on mobile phones. joining us is a federal trade commissioner julie brill on "the communicators para " what were the guidelines that were issued and why now? >> they weren't there to inform the community. -- they are there to inform the community. it is designed to inform them that there are laws to help them figure out how to make sure that their products are in compliance with our laws. that is the overall go
thanks to michelle obama, the first lady, these lunches are not healthy enough. the food police strike again. what do you think about this? that is our question tonight. should kids be able to buy peanut butter and jelly in schools. >> my daughter eats it all the time. gerri: the markets, for the most part, have been on a big tear since the fed announcement. that is coming up next. ♪ gerri: remount them coming in the market keeps rallying. can it continu >> announcer: meet tom, a proud dad whose online friends all "like" the photos he's posting. oscar likes tom's photos, but he loves the access to tom's personal information. oscar's an identity thief who used tom's personal info to buy new teeth and a new car, and stuck tom with the $57,000 bill. [tires squeal] now meet carl who works from the coffee shop and uses the free wi-fi. marie works from there too. she's an identity thief who used a small device to grab his wi-fi signal, then stole enough personal information to hijack and drain his bank accounts. every year, millions of americans learn all it may take to devastate your life
mirror looking at the promise of the promised land >> michelle obama had landed dinner at the congressional black caucus. the annual conference gathered community leaders to discuss the challenges facing the african- american community. this is about 25 minutes. >> i want to thank congressman cleaver for the attending were. i also want to recognize your terrific cbc foundation president and ceo. [applause] and of course i want to congratulate this year's phoenix award winners, attorney general holder, congresswoman round, and george lucas. thank you for your outstanding contributions to our nation. we look forward to hearing from you all later this evening. i also want to take a moment to note the passing of a true leader in this caucus, congressman donald payne. he was a distinguished member of congress. the visionary chairman of the cdc. his presence is sorely missed. i want to recognize all of the cbc members who are here with us tonight. you are part of a proud tradition, one that dates back not just to the founding of this caucus, but to the beginning of some any i
as part of the healthy hunger pre kids act. it sounds perverted. it was pushed by michelle obama. school districts around the country have changed menus to meet requirements and serve whole grain and fruit and vegetables and even calorie maximums. but it can mean puny portions says one male athlete. a freshman girl who weighs 100 pounds can eat this lunch and feel completely full. maybe even a little bloated. but for the 6 foot 3, 210-pound football line backer, that isn't enough. meanwhile, peter the poo-slinging packyderm slings portions as well as he knows how. >> how do you like me >> i don't get why the guy looked upset. >> it was elephant poo and not human. >> oh issments. >> are we stunting our kids' growth and having them be fat? >> they are over fed. and this is going to be like gastric bypass. there is no solution. how are we going to pay for all of these gastric bypasses. how are these fat people going to pay for their gastric bypass? this is the problem with medicare. it has to be their problem. i can't afford all of these fat people. >> you can't. >> and i don't even live he
. michelle obama talked about it last night. she talked about the impact that one vote may have and she mentioned voter i.d. laws that could take the vote right out of the voter's hands. >> we all get a say in our democracy, no matter who we are, where we're from, or what we look like, or who we love. so we cannot lehtonen discourage us from casting our ball lots. we cannot lehtonen make us feel unwelcome in the voting booth. >> while the candidates and their surrogates rally for people to vote for them, there's an army hitting the streets to make sure people know how to vote. athena jones takes a look. >> reporter: it's a fixture at every campaign rally, a voting call to arms and wisconsin was no different. >> remember people wanting detroit to go bankrupt. don't boo. vote. who wants to let the oil companies write the energy plan? [ booing ] >> don't boo. i'm asking you for your vote. >> reporter: some 37 million americans are eligible to vote but are not registered according to census figures, to registering people and educating them about how to vote is central to both campaigns here
that would have nasa focusing more on national security. >>> first lady michelle obama says she wants to make sure no one is denied a right to vote. it comes more than a dozen states have voter i.d. laws that critics say are unfair to the minorities, the elderly, and college students. >>> the election isn't until november 6 but ballot casting starts before then in some states. early voting begins in iowa on thursday. it is already under way in idaho and south dakota. >>> and you probably heard about that ancient piece of papyrus that refers to the wife of jesus. it has caused a stir, but a new testament scholar says it looks more like a forgery. he says the papyrus could be authentic but the writing on it is a modern translation of old coptic laj and the message may have gotten mixed up during translation. >>> those are your stories. "reliable sources" is up at the top of the hour but now back to fareed zakaria gps. >>> the clinton global initiative starts today. you've got 50-odd members coming. what are you hoping to accomplish? >> well, first i think it's important that thl year we're focu
the president and mitt romney are on the campaign trail, first lady michelle obama is speaking out on voting rights. she spoke at the congressional caucus convention last night. >> we all get a say in our democracy, no matter who we are or where we're from or what we look like or who we love. so we cannot let anyone discourage us from casting our ballots. we cannot let anyone make us feel unwelcome in the voting booth. >> now signing up to vote may seem simple enough, but in some states it is not. a lot of states have passed laws that many people say will make it harder to vote. >> reporter: in the past two years, almost every state in the country has introduced or passed some type of change or restrictatirestric restriction to the voting laws. we're talking about all kinds of changes to the voting laws, some of the most controversial changes of all are to laws requiring voters to show photo identification. 11 states have already gotten photo-id laws. we have to say here again and again, polling shows voter id laws are very popular, they make sense to people. republicans who tend to support
under way across the country. the right to vote must be protected. michelle obama told leaders in washington that they owe it to those who fought and died for equal rights in the 1960s to make sure that every voter can freely cast a ballot. her comments at the annual awards banquet for the congressional black caucus come amidst a push to tax laws requiring voters to show id at the polls. >> i know that we can carry on that legacy. i know that we can meet our obligation to continue that struggle. and i know we can finish the journey we started and fulfill the promise f o'our democracy for all our children. >> comparing to it the civil rights movement, mrs. obama calling voting rights the march of our time and the sit-in of our day. remember, you can get the latest political news on our website wbal tv.com. the you'll find the most up to the minute information information. just click on politics. we do have a programming note for you. we'll have a q and a guest later on. if you have a question for the county executive send them in. e-mail your questions to sunday questions at wba
in the key states like-- >>> first lady michelle obama says proteching the right to vote is the nation's most important civil rights issue. first lady told the congressional black caucus they owe it to those who fought for equal rights in the 60s to make sure every voteker freely cast a ballot. her comments came in a push in a dozen states to pass laws requiring voters to show id at the polls. the law would make it harder for the elderly, poor and college students to vote. >>> democrats opened a new campaign office in san francisco yesterday with some help from house minority leader nancy pelosi. >> our modo -- motto is we don'ting ad in, we organize. >> the congress woman rallied campaign workers to get out the vote and re-elect president obama. pelosi predicted california democrats could take back as many as six seats in the house from republicans. >>> some high security special nuclear weapons material stored at lawrence livermore lab has been moved. national nuclear security administration says material includes plutonium and enriched uranium. plans called for most of it to be taken to so
encounter led to headlines in the british tabloids when barack and michele obama visited buckingham palace with a first time in march 2009. at a reception for heads of state attending did g20 summit the queen and circulated informally through the crowd of high-powered gas. as michele and the queen were talking, they turned toward one of her ladies in waiting to show their difference in height. the queen is about 5-foot three or five ft. four. michele, as you know, nearly 6 feet. the first lady put her arm around the queen and responded by lightly in circling machel's waste. the palace videographer told me that they were totally spontaneous gestures. the tabloid it made a fuss about what they called an unthinkable protocol violation by the american first lady. in fact, the queen was completely relaxed about what heard top advisers called for a display of affection and appreciation. elizabeth's day at the kentucky derby was arranged by one of her closest american friends, will ferris, a former ambassador to britain and a fellow in thoroughbred breeder. during her fifth private holiday on his
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